- Screen Reviews
- July 25, 2017
A confusing and idiosyncratic movie about a communist cell in 1950’s Japan and where they ended up in 1970.
Makes Me Sick (Hopeless Records). Review by Jen Cray.
The 2016 Vans Warped Tour lineup was announced as a live webcast from Winter Park’s Full Sail University. Jen Cray was there to catch the mystery bands on the bill, as much as to learn the lineup.
Don’t Tell Me What I Can’t Do. Review by Jen Cray.
Now in its 18th year, Warped Tour still manages to give Jen Cray and the rest of Orlando’s fans a beautiful day of sweat-soaked awesomeness.
Pop Punk’s Not Dead on New Found Glory’s fall tour, but that doesn’t mean that Jen Cray is as blindly accepting of the modern day take on the genre as some.
Hits (Drive-Thru/MCA). Review by Andrew Ellis.
When Mute Math come to town everyone should drop what they are doing and head for the show, which is exactly what Jen Cray did when this band hit Orlando.
Wide Eyes (Run For Cover). Review by Jen Cray.
It’s 300 degrees in the shade, the Orlando streets are teeming with teenagers, and Jen Cray was about to throw down $6 for a Bud Light. This can only mean one thing: it’s time for another Warped Tour.
Despite cold weather and the rain, fans huddled under umbrellas, in anxious anticipation for New Found Glory. Brittany Sturges found their faith not entirely misplaced.
Anywhere But Here. Review by Tim Wardyn.
Forget the scientific defintion; all you need to know about Polymer is their music. Brittany Sturges foregoes her Organic Chemistry homework to figure it out with the band.
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Distance and Darkness (Deep Elm). Review by Daniel Mitchell.